Dee Sargent. Living Room. March 04th , 2019.
An open living room and kitchen where the family eats was created in charming farmhouse design that makes it a relaxing and warm heart for your house. The focal point in the kitchen would be your ivory wall using a sliding tribal styled barn doorway which arouses old world appeal. The sari drapes covering the cupboard below the sink provides an eclectic span touch. The kitchen and living space are all developed for idle relaxed get-together with family members and friends. Soft shades of crimson and white, the living area has classic chai tables with cushions scattered on the carpet. The Haveli doorway dining table kitchen dining table is placed close to an arched bay window, bringing warmth and light indoors. Rustic old forests and classic corbels highlighted with green foliage function as centre pieces.
The hand loom cotton linens fit the mattress. Sheer sari drapes are draped on the surface of the mattress giving a romantic sense. The black drapes hanging from the ceiling create the space feel bigger. A garage door slider created from Indian old doorways provide the special announcement required. The master bathroom is a refuge of calmness with Buddha carvings lined round the walls in older sandstone finish offering a wonderful contrast to the eloquent counter tops.
The hall includes a sizable hanging arched window mirror reverse a abstract painting. This provides an illusion of larger space in addition to earning the part of character.
The Indian seat from the entryway brings a bit of country cottage design. The focal point is a 3 arch jharokha mirror that's reminiscent of older village times. The rustic extended console table retains extravagant floral structures in classic containers adorned with pillar candles. An outdated architectural arch and exposed wood beams give the space a classic style. Old fashioned bookcases full of white china and traveling collections include the lived in texture.
Shabby chic design plays farmhouse layout within this enchanting dining area. A rustic distressed wooden table created from old Indian doorways occupies the middle of this space.
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